Hunter Walking Trail Stewardship Project w/ US Forest Service
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June 29
Starting at 9am
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The Hive Coffee and Bakeshop
Aurora, MN

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event_title: Hunter Walking Trail Stewardship Project w/ US Forest Service

event_time_zone: America/Chicago

event_start: June 29, 2024 09:00

event_duration: 300

event_end: June 29, 2024 14:00

event_address: 103 N Main St, Aurora, MN 55705, United States

event_description: **PROJECT LOCATION CHANGE**Due to recent storm damage, we have relocated this project to prioritize maintenance of the Jenkins Creek Trail in the Superior National Forest.Join Minnesota BHA in partnership with the U.S. Forest Service in helping clear and maintain the Hunter Walking Trails in the Superior National Forest. We will be cutting, bucking and removing fallen and hazardous trees from the trails, as well as brushing and other trail maintenance. These trails have been impacted by wind events and tree mortality in the last few years. These trails are walk-in only and an important access for hunters and hunter with dogs to enjoy our public lands.We will meet at The Hive Coffee and Bakeshop in Aurora at 9:00AM and carpool to the Jenkins Creek Trailhead worksite and begin work around 10:00 AM. Work will conclude around 2:00PM. After the event, we can meet at one of the local establishments for food and drinks to recap the day.The Hive Coffee & Bakeshop (9:00AM)103 N Main St, Aurora, MN 55705 Jenkins Creek Trailhead Worksite (10:00AM)Bassett Township, MN47.372358, -92.003272  What to bring (everyone):- Long sleeve/pants. Dress for the predicted weather. - Boots (Safety-toes required for sawyers),- Gloves- Eye and Ear Protection (recommended).- Lunch to eat in the field. - Tick/bug spray (highly recommended).- Water and a thermos or canteen (Water coolers will be available at the work site) *Must RSVP to Attend. Only 15 Slots available.**15 slots include slots for 3 Certified Sawyers.  Interested sawyers or with any questions, please contact Timo Rova at timorovahotmail.com to confirm. 

Hunter Walking Trail Stewardship Project w/ US Forest Service

**PROJECT LOCATION CHANGE**

Due to recent storm damage, we have relocated this project to prioritize maintenance of the Jenkins Creek Trail in the Superior National Forest.

Join Minnesota BHA in partnership with the U.S. Forest Service in helping clear and maintain the Hunter Walking Trails in the Superior National Forest.

We will be cutting, bucking and removing fallen and hazardous trees from the trails, as well as brushing and other trail maintenance. These trails have been impacted by wind events and tree mortality in the last few years. These trails are walk-in only and an important access for hunters and hunter with dogs to enjoy our public lands.

We will meet at The Hive Coffee and Bakeshop in Aurora at 9:00AM and carpool to the Jenkins Creek Trailhead worksite and begin work around 10:00 AM. Work will conclude around 2:00PM. After the event, we can meet at one of the local establishments for food and drinks to recap the day.

The Hive Coffee & Bakeshop (9:00AM)

103 N Main St, Aurora, MN 55705

 

Jenkins Creek Trailhead Worksite (10:00AM)

Bassett Township, MN

47.372358, -92.003272

 

 

What to bring (everyone):

- Long sleeve/pants. Dress for the predicted weather. 

- Boots (Safety-toes required for sawyers),

- Gloves

- Eye and Ear Protection (recommended).

- Lunch to eat in the field.

- Tick/bug spray (highly recommended).

- Water and a thermos or canteen (Water coolers will be available at the work site)

 

*Must RSVP to Attend. Only 15 Slots available.

**15 slots include slots for 3 Certified Sawyers.

 

 Interested sawyers or with any questions, please contact Timo Rova at [email protected] to confirm.

 

WHEN
June 29, 2024 at 9:00am - 2pm
WHERE
The Hive Coffee and Bakeshop
103 N Main St
Aurora, MN 55705
United States
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CONTACT
Timo Rova ·
6 RSVPS
Wes Johnson Matthew Haase Kyle Hildebrandt Charles Ek timo rova

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Charles Ek

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